Brigid and various folks have been going to panels and gathering news. Brigid has GO! Comi‘s new licenses, ComiPress has Del Rey’s early announcements. Deb Aoki at About.Com has Viz”s news, which includes new maga by the ceators of Rurouni Kenshin and Death Note. ANN has complete team coverage as well as Media Blaster’s plans for Genshiken. ANN also has breaking news of parental complaints about a bookstore’s manga section, and a US House proposal to limit the import of child pr0n:
The United States House of Representatives passed a bill on Wednesday that would expand the online enforcement against “any image of any apparent child pornography.” In Japan, a government research panel on the unification of telecommunications and broadcast laws called for legislation to regulate “harmful materials” on the Internet on Thursday. Both efforts could affect manga and anime that depict fictional, explicit content.
We’ll have more of a wrap-up of the show tomorrow. Saturday was quite busy, but a big question remains dealer sales, as one poster alluded to. Del Rey and Marvel are announcing whatever it is they are doing later today and we’ll tell you what it is if it’s of any interest.
[Top photo nicked from LJinto’s Flickr sgtream.]